From Esquire; Nov2005, Vol. 144 Issue 5, p74.
Section: MAN AT HIS BEST
THE INDEFENSIBLE POSITION
Matt and I spent Thanksgiving down in Tucson - I was inspired by the landscape (and beautiful weather) to try to make a saguaro cactus beanie.
So I think we're going to try to get together this Saturday afternoon from 3-5pm at Dazbog's Coffee Shop on 9th and Downing. Post responses to this if you have any questions.
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Well, I decided I didn't like the look of the cap as it was... too tall and maybe the top too flat.
Well, it's finished. I got some suggestions on how to finish it off with the flat top. Basically divided it into 10 sections of 9 needles each and decreased each section every other row.
So after a bit of practice with stranding, I cast on yarn for a hat and went at it.
This video actually makes me want to cry. I'm not sure what to think about it. It's beautiful to watch...
If I couldn't knit anymore, I think I'd be totally lost.
Not sure what I think about My So Called Scarf. I think the confluence of the pattern, the lumpy-bumpy-ness, and the colors make for an explosion of visuals.